Practice and Procedure

IN THE MATTER OF JAMES ANTHONY HURLEY (2007)

PUBLISHED February 9, 2007
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[2007] EWHC 179 (Admin)

A minimum term of 11 years was appropriate in the case of an offender who had murdered his father by stabbing him in the back. It was not appropriate to reduce the tariff to reflect the progress made while in prison because the offender had not demonstrated that he had made exceptional progress.

QBD (Admin) (Dobbs J)

09/02/2007

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